Male Reproductive Glands And Female Reproductive Glands?
What are the male and female reproductive glands … please help
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The reproductive system is a collection of organs that are important for producing offspring. The reproductive system between men and women is different. The reproductive system in men functions to produce, store and deliver sperm to fertilize an egg. Meanwhile, the female reproductive system functions to produce eggs and as a place for fetal implantation. Male reproductive system consists of:
The penis, is the part of the genitals used for sexual intercourse or penetration into the female reproductive organs. The scrotum, which is a sac that contains the testicles and their nerves and blood vessels. Testes, is the gland where sperm and testosterone are produced. Internal organs that function to help carry out the functions of production, storage and discharge of sperm include the urethra, vas deferens, epididymis, seminal vesicles, ejaculatory ducts, prostate gland and bulbourethral glands.
While the internal female reproductive organs include:
The fallopian tube is the channel where eggs move from the ovary to the uterus. The ovaries, which are small oval-shaped glands located on both sides of the uterus that function to produce eggs and estrogen estrogen. The vagina is the outermost organ that functions during sexual intercourse and as a birth canal. Uterus or uterus, which is a place for the fetus to develop during pregnancy. The external female reproductive organs include the labium major, labium minor, Bartholin gland and clitoris. These external organs function to trigger sexual desire in women, protect the internal reproductive organs of women from various causes of infection, and also have a role in allowing sperm to enter the female body, in order to reach the egg.
Thus, hopefully it helps.